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Likasi

(lɪˈkɑːsɪ)
n
(Placename) a city in the S Democratic Republic of Congo: a centre of copper and cobalt production. Pop: 345 000 (2005 est). Former name: Jadotville

Li•ka•si

(lɪˈkɑ si)

n.
a city in the S Democratic Republic of the Congo. 299,118. Formerly, Jadotville.
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Lubumbashi and 86 kilometres south-west of the town of Likasi.
Fifty others were trapped inside the cargo train after 12 of its carriages flipped off the track in the accident near Likasi, a mining town between Lubumbashi and Kolwezi in the copper and cobalt-rich southeast.
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3% cobalt, was transported some 40km to a generator powered, modular DMS (Dense Media Separator) plant and spirals near Likasi for processing.
Les constructions dans les deux cites etaient egalement differentes, de meme que l'organisation de la vie sociale et economique, comme l'a par ailleurs indique Valentin Yves Mudimbe (17) citant ainsi Kapolowe, bourgade congolaise situee au bord du chemin de fer entre les villes de Lubumbashi (Elisabethville) et Likasi (Jadothville).
But this process is even more intense and painful further out in the bush, in a place called Likasi.
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